A school off of Chief Peguis Trail is no longer experiencing an outbreak.
John Pritchard School originally had one case of COVID-19, but that quickly grew to over two-dozen cases in connection.
At the time, Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen said "we knew there would be cases in schools; our schools are part of the community."
Children were exposed to the virus at John Pritchard School on September 8, September 9 and September 10 from 8:15 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.
After learning of the growing case numbers, several cohorts were instructed to remotely learn. Students in grades 6, 7, and 8, as well as the split class of 4/5 were told to learn at home.
"Within the cohort, we have seen multiple cases," Dr. Brent Roussin said to the media during a press conference at the time. "Masks were in use. I believe in the classroom there was the one-meter distancing."
This school was the first to report transmission within its walls in Manitoba. None of the cases displayed COVID-19 symptoms while at school but the province did raise the education facility to Level Orange in mid-September.
On Tuesday the province declared the outbreak over.